The Ford Freestyle, a vehicle that was developed by the Ford Motor Company under the code name D219, is a mid-size crossover SUV/station wagon that was first unveiled in the year 2005.
It is intended to compete with mid sized vehicles like the Honda Pilot, the Mitsubishi Endeavor, the Toyota Highlander, and the Nissan Murano. It is also intended to compete with station wagons such as the Outback and the Subaru Legacy.
In the Ford line up, the Ford Freestyle is intended as a replacement vehicle for the Ford Taurus station wagon. In the year 2007, the Ford Freestyle was slotted between the Ford Edge and the Ford Explorer.
The Ford Freestyle is sold in the United States of America, Canada, and South Korea. The Ford Freestyle was first previewed in the year 2003 at the Detroit Auto Show as a Freestyle Concept vehicle.
The Ford Freestyle is built on the Ford D3 platform. This platform is also used to build the Mercury Montego, Ford Five Hundred, and several Volvo models, including the Volvo XC90. The Ford Freestyle is built in the United States of America in Chicago, Illinois. It has three rows of seats for up to seven passengers.
Ford Freestyle Car Specifications
|Configuration size:||3001 ccm (183.12 cubic inches)|
|Fuel city driving:||11.8 litres/100 km (20.00 miles per gallon)|
|Fuel mixed driving:||10.2 litres/100 km (22.99 miles per gallon)|
|Fuel highway driving:||8.7 litres/100 km (27.01 miles per gallon)|
|Displacement:||3001 ccm (183.12 cubic inches)|
|Max power:||206.00 PS (152 kW or 203 HP) at 5750 Rev. per min.|
|Max torque:||280.69 Nm (28.6 kgf-m or 207.0 ft.lbs) at 4500 Rev. per min.|
|Valves per cylinder:||2|
|Fuel control:||Double overhead cam (DOHC)|
|Lubrication system:||Wet sump|